Water Storage Systems

storageWe offer a complete solution for above-ground water storage impoundments. Above ground impoundments are designed to provide large volumes of above-ground water storage fast and efficiently. The frame is constructed out of durable steel and is designed for simple assembly, tear down and re-assembly when utilizing the system for successive drilling/fracking sites.

The above-ground impoundments are an economic solution for high volume water storage without extensive design and time constraints associated with in centralized impoundment that feeds multiple remote drilling sites, or a single use site specific impoundment. Our impoundments are available in 10,000 to 60,000 bbl capacity.

Contact us today for scheduling and cost estimates.

Impoundment Storage Benefits

[accordion][title]Less Ground Disturbance[/title][content]Above ground storage impoundments require less excavation, disturbance, and space for excavated material storage.[/content][title]Mobile and Re-Usable[/title][content]Above-ground systems are easily de-constructed, transported and stored or reconstructed on another site.[/content][title]Faster To Install And Disassemble[/title][content]In most cases, above ground storage facilities may be installed and ready for use within seven days of mobilization. Disassembly and removal is about the same as the install time.[/content][title]Minimal Site Reclamation[/title][content]Because of minimal ground disturbance, site reclamation is much quicker with less equipment and manpower.[/content][title]Not Affected By Water Table Depth[/title][content]There is no concern for being 2′ above the ground water table, as the systems are installed near the ground surface level.[/content][title]Leasing Means Lowering Cost[/title][content]We offer efficient leasing options for complete storage systems. Our impoundment tank rental plan offers substantial savings over outright purchase. Call for details on this cost saving plan and rental options.[/content][/accordion]

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